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****   Merit Award   ****
Local 728
(# 539)
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The building was constructed in the early 1960’s for the American Red Cross as a single story building fronting Magnolia Boulevard and later receiving additions along Magnolia and Glenwood Place, which form its current ‘L’ shape configuration.  Surface parking is accessed from an alley behind the building and as result of the parking location a secondary entry from the North is utilized. As a result of the existing building’s low ceilings, it had exposed rooftop ducting and HVAC equipment along the North face of the building. The vocabulary of the existing South side of the building consisted of horizontal lines and interlocking planes.
Entry at night
Floor Plan/Site Plan
Front Before/After
Back Before/After
Entry at day
Business Area
Skylight
Business Area South
Members' Entry
Entry from parking
North Elevation
Rainwall at night
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